Scalia Law Backfires! Pagan Prayer At Gov’t Meeting Pisses Off Teavangelicals (VIDEO)

by Frank – On May 5th, 2014, SCOTUS ruled to allow the practice of sectarian prayer before government meetings to continue. The United States moved a step closer to full blown Scalia Law that day. Teavangelicals were tickled! Eric Rassbach, Deputy General Counsel of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, expressed his glee to a Washington Post reporter: “Today’s Supreme Court decision is a great victory for religious liberty.” Family Research Council President Tony Perkins was similarly chipper is his statement to the Washington Post: “The court has rejected the idea that as citizens we must check our faith at the entrance to the public square.” Flash forward four months later. What do Teavangelicals think now? On Thursday, Wilson Robertson walked out of a Escambia County Board of County Commissioners meeting in Florida. The Christian Commissioner told a reporter with ABC3-WEAR News: “I’m just not going to have a pagan...

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